Last Thursday it began to get actually warmish, and I got out for the first ride of the year. Just up and down our own street a couple of times, but it was enough to break my six month winter hibernation. I thoroughly enjoyed getting a little fresh air.
I trust the weather this week will get warmish again after our colder weekend (even a touch of white Sunday), and I'll be able to get out and head still further afield. Unfortunately the weather forecast is for more colder days starting Saturday. It's April!
Glad to hear you're on the road again! We just have to enjoy the good weather when it comes at this time of year.ReplyDelete
Great photos,and I salute your maiden spring trip out into fresh air! I need to get going out walking again too!ReplyDelete
We have been putting up with cold, wet and windy days here in Connecticut. The coming week looks promising but the weather forecasters seem to have a tough job making it right. The situation in Ukraine is so distressing and it seems there is little we can actually do about it without triggering World War III.ReplyDelete
We're getting a good soaking today, and thankful it isn't snow.ReplyDelete
Yay! That's wonderful! I love the Sunflowers and although I support Ukraine, they first mean Daddy to me. ♥ReplyDelete
I'm glad your weather is starting to improve. Just in time for our return!
Good photos. Great first ride out in nice weather is a promising start towards a wonderful summer.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear your weather has improved enough for an outdoor ride. Here's to many more!ReplyDelete
I hope the snow that has hit south eastern Sask and is now hammering Manitoba doesn't make its way to you.ReplyDelete
I bet getting out in the fresh air, even for a short ride was very welcome. The photos and the support for Ukraine are fantastic.
Glad to hear you got out in the fresh air. We are having a colder than normal spring so far.ReplyDelete
It is rather nice out here this afternoon so I hope that you manage to get out again. Picture of the stables to come tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Good to know you're finally able to be out and about. One hopes that as we move into the second half of April the weather will improve. For all of Canada. I can't imagine the storm Manitoba is currently enduring.ReplyDelete
April, blue and gold, and so good for you to be able to venture further than the front door. Easter Greetings to you both from a cool start to our morning down here.ReplyDelete
So pleased that you have been able to get out and about again.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Glad to hear you got out in the sun and warming air.ReplyDelete
You must feel like a bird out of a gage to get out. I hope you get lots more "out" time.ReplyDelete
Good reminders and I am so glad you are getting further away on your outings!ReplyDelete
Yes. It has gotten miserable again. sigh.ReplyDelete
Ihope this is the beginning of great adventures for you this summer, FG.ReplyDelete
I am so happy for you! I guess it was just a taste of spring. Soon, we'll be in the warmer weather for the season! When we were driving looking for frogs, I noticed several Ukrainian flags hanging!ReplyDelete
That has got to be one great feeling. I know how good I feel when I get out and I bet you feel a hundred and fifty times more gooder than that after your long difficult winter hibernation. I hope we get some warmer weather soon so that you can get downtown and burn up the streets getting to the coffee shop.ReplyDelete
It remains that up and down time of year where it still makes sense to dress warm.ReplyDelete
I put up a yellow and blue wreath, and perhaps more important, made a donation to Doctors without Borders. I feel rather helpless.ReplyDelete